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Adobe XD 44.1.12 (Adobe Experience Design)

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Adobe XD 44.1.12 (Adobe Experience Design)

Adobe XD is a powerful, collaborative, easy-to-use platform that helps you and your team create designs for websites, voice interfaces, games, mobile apps, and more. It delivers dozens of powerful features to help teams design, prototype, share, and collaborate on rich user experiences.

This Adobe software has everything you need to work efficiently, collaborate seamlessly, and scale effortlessly. Work together with team members in the same document in real time – no more duplicating efforts or merging changes. Create design elements to reuse throughout your designs or across multiple documents from a design system.


Create animations between elements across artboards to add microinteractions and motion to your designs. Share designs with your team, clients, and stakeholders so they can experience your vision firsthand and provide feedback.

With design systems in XD, everyone can share and reuse assets to save time and keep things consistent, even as your workload and organization grow. Edit images in Adobe Photoshop, sync your favorite fonts, and share your designs in other apps like Jira, Slack, and Zeplin.

XD is cross-platform and available in multiple languages so you can collaborate across operating systems, preview your experiences across devices, and work in the language you prefer.

Adobe XD Features:

Design amazing experiences.

Go from basic wireframes to beautiful designs in no time. Define the look of your user interfaces with vector drawing tools, colors, character styles, grids, guides, and more.

  • Components. Create design elements to reuse throughout an XD document or across multiple documents.
  • States. Avoid duplicative work and better communicate your intent by creating variants of a component that map to different types of user interactions, such as Hover, Pressed, Disabled, and Success.
  • Edit in Photoshop. Open and edit images in Adobe Photoshop directly from XD. Right-click an image, open and edit it in Photoshop, and hit “Save” – your changes will be automatically updated in XD.
  • Content-Aware Layout. Easily create and edit UI elements without tedious manual work. Layout recognizes the relationships between different objects and automatically adjusts groups as you add or change objects in them.
  • Vector drawing tools.. Work with a set of drawing and shape tools, Boolean operators, blend modes, and other vector editing features to create wireframes, icons, components, and other design elements.
  • Responsive Resize. Easily resize groups of objects or components for different size screens and maintain relative placement and scale between objects.
  • Adobe Fonts integration. Adobe Fonts automatically activate when you open an XD document.
  • Precision design tools. Lay out and align your experience with artboard guides, layout grids, nudge and resize shortcuts, and relative measurement features.
  • Asset export. Quickly mark elements for export, choose to batch export them for your target platform, or include them in Design Specs for developers to download.
  • Repeat Grid. Select a design element and quickly replicate it as many times as you want. Update one element to modify the entire grid, adjust padding between elements, and drop a .TXT file to import data into your grid.

Create prototypes that bring your experiences to life.

Transform static designs into rich user experiences. Add interactions, motion, animation, and more.

  • Interactions. Connect artboards to communicate the flow and feel of your user experiences. Use a range of triggers and actions to define the exact experience you want to create and share.
  • Triggers. From common touch gestures on mobile devices to keyboard input and time-based transitions to voice commands and game controllers, XD enables you to create realistic prototypes for any type of experience.
  • Preview. Preview your experiences on real devices with the XD mobile app for iOS and Android. Make changes on the desktop app and then test them on your devices for fidelity and usability.
  • Auto-Animate. Create microinteractions across artboards. Duplicate an element and change its properties (such as size, position, or color), and XD bridges the differences to automatically generate an animation.
  • Overlay support. Quickly add support for menus, dialog boxes, virtual keyboards, and other visual elements that overlay your content.
  • Preserve scroll position. Keep elements set in the same position so they stay put as viewers scroll. This prototyping feature is great for fixed headers, footers, and more.
  • Export to After Effects. Export your designs and take your animations even further with Adobe After Effects, the industry-leading animation tool.

Share and collaborate seamlessly with everyone on your team.

Adobe XD powers collaboration at every step in the creative process, whether you’re ideating with your team, getting feedback from stakeholders, or working with developers.

  • Coediting (Beta). Work together with your team in the same document at the same time — no more duplicating efforts. See exactly where everyone else is working in the document as you work.
  • Document history. See the entire evolution of a design – XD automatically saves as you work, so you can always go back to previous versions. Mark milestone versions to retain access to key stages in the design process.
  • Share for review. Generate shareable links to get feedback on your designs, or embed them on Behance or a web page. Reviewers can comment directly on your prototypes from web or mobile.
  • Share for development. Send developers a link to Design Specs that include the sequence and flow of your artboards, downloadable assets, colors, character styles, measurements, and CSS code snippets that developers can copy into their codebase.
  • Invite to edit. Invite other designers to collaborate on a document. XD makes it easy to ensure that everyone can access the latest version.
  • Private invitations. Choose to restrict access to your shared work by privately inviting named stakeholders. Stay in control of who reviews and comments on prototypes and who accesses Design Specs.
  • Cloud documents. Save your work as a cloud document to quickly share with collaborators and use as your single source of truth. XD automatically updates cloud documents so you never lose your work.
  • Record preview. As you click through your preview, record an MP4 file to share with your team or stakeholders. (macOS only)
  • App integrations. XD integrates with more of your favorite collaboration and productivity apps, including Jira, Airtable, Slack, and Microsoft Teams.

Scale effortlessly with design systems.

Create and maintain your team’s design system in XD to help everyone work faster and maintain brand consistency across experiences.

  • Cloud documents. Save your work as a cloud document to quickly share with collaborators and use as your single source of truth. XD automatically updates cloud documents so you never lose your work.
  • Linked assets. Bring colors, character styles, and components from shared cloud documents to the Assets panel. When changes are made to a linked asset, you’ll be notified and have the option to accept the updates.
  • Creative Cloud Libraries support. Access and apply raster images, vector graphics, colors, character styles, and other assets created in Photoshop, Illustrator, and other Adobe Creative Cloud apps from right inside XD.

An extensible platform that grows with your needs.

XD has an open platform, so it integrates seamlessly with tools you love. You can also access hundreds of plugins or build your own to extend the power of the app.

  • App Integrations. No more jumping between apps. XD integrates with favorites like Slack, Jira, Microsoft Teams, Zeplin, and more so you can speed up your creative workflows.
  • XD Plugins. Extend the functionality of XD for workflows and integrations with the growing collection of plugins created by our developer community. See plugins
  • Plugin APIs. Create custom plugins for you and your team to add your own features to XD, automate internal workflows, or connect XD to other tools in your team’s stack. Get started

Whats’ New in Adobe XD 44.0:

  • Organize assets into groups in the Libraries panel
  • Use Creative Cloud Libraries to share assets

Whats’ New in Adobe XD 42.0:

  • Better XD performance with Apple silicon. XD now runs faster and performs better on macOS with Apple silicon M1 chip.
  • Relink Creative Cloud Libraries with source documents. Relink a previously published XD library with its source document in case a coeditor delinks it by mistake.

Whats’ New in Adobe XD 41.0:

  • Convert strokes to shapes using Outline Stroke . Design more complex shapes and graphics by converting a path or stroke into an object using Outline Stroke.
  • Add depth to objects and components using Inner Shadow. Add depth and expressiveness by applying shadow effects inside your objects and components using Inner Shadow.
  • Style shapes and objects using Angular Gradient. Create spinners, pie charts, and color wheels applying fill with gradients that sweep around like the hands of a clock using Angular Gradient.

Whats’ New in Adobe XD 40.0:

  • Live Cursors take coediting to the next level. You can now see where other collaborators are working in a shared-document.
  • Share selected artboards without wiring them. Share artboards without wiring them from the Design or Prototype modes.
  • Shortcut for toggle state. Apply toggle state to a component in the design view, and XD automatically creates that interaction.
  • Customize your in-app experience using Preferences. Configure settings in Preferences to customize your in-app experience.

Whats’ New in Adobe XD 39.0:

  • Transition between component states with new triggers . You can now transition between component states using voice commands, keyboard, and gamepad inputs.

Whats’ New in Adobe XD 38.0:

  • New app menu for XD on Windows

Whats’ New in Adobe XD 36.0:

  • Auto-Animate dash and gap patterns. Animate stroke dash and gap values using auto-animate to create new and rich animations.
  • Additional view options for XD mobile app. Scale a prototype to fit into the dimensions of the device’s screen when previewing on a mobile.

Whats’ New in Adobe XD 35.0:

  • Identify published flows
  • Auto height text import with Sketch files

Whats’ New in Adobe XD 34.0:

  • Expressive prototyping with 3D transforms
  • Reusable design systems with  Creative Cloud Libraries
  • Robust collaboration with coediting
  • Build cohesive designs with Creative Cloud Libraries
  • Design flexible text layouts with auto-height text
  • Flexible designing with nested components
  • Improved developer handoff with component states in design specs
  • Enhanced efficiency of sharing components with multiple states

Whats’ New in Adobe XD 33.1.12:

  • [Mac] Co-editing fails to resume on coming back online.
  • [Mac and Windows] Co-editing is disabled when non alpha user comes back online.

Whats’ New in Adobe XD 32.1.22:

  • [Mac and Windows] Auto-animating scroll groups crashes XD.
  • [Windows] Error – 1 when design specs are shared for development.
  • [Mac and Windows] When stack is enabled on a master component, its linked instance is overridden.
  • [Mac] Deleted tab on XD Home screen doesn’t show any item when all cloud documents are deleted.
  • [Mac and Windows] Cloud Documents tab on XD Home screen shows buffering status even when all documents are deleted.
  • [Mac and Windows] You create a coediting document on XD and upgrade XD. You open this document offline, and later when it turns online, convert an object to path. If collaborator too opens the previous version of the document offline, later when it turns online, both yours version and collaborator’s version are still out of sync.
  • [Windows] You create a coediting document on XD 30.3 and upgrade to XD 32.0. You open this document offline, and later when it turns online, convert an object to path. If collaborator too opens the previous version of the document offline, later when it turns online, upon clicking Retry, collaborator gets 2161 error. When you reopen the document, you too get 2161 error.
  • [Mac] Memory usage spikes up when canvas is resized. With Radeon graphics card, canvas turns red; with other graphics cards, a message “Your system has run out of application memory” pops up.
  • [Mac and Windows] When you run a rename regex plugin on an object in a coediting document, if your collaborator’s system locale is different, both your version and collaborator’s version go out of sync.

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Supported Languages: English, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Brazilian Portuguese, Spanish.

Adobe XD system requirements:

  • Windows 10 (64-bit) – Version 1903 (build 10.0.18362) or later.
  • macOS X 10.14 or later – only 64-bit devices
  • Apple iOS 13.0 and later; iPadOS – only 64-bit devices
  • Android 8.0 or later

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